Question about Black & Decker 19" Electric Lawnhog Mulching Mower with Rear Bag
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a MM875 go out after some months' service -- it actually went out with a bit of a bang. The problem was a shorted circuit; the weather was hot and the "solid state switch" on top of the motor shorted out. This part wasn't a switch but a bridge rectifier. The original part was specified a bit close to its actual working limits so I bought another (from Radio Shack, no less) that was higher rating -- something like 30 amps at 200 or 400 volts. ITs worked for years.
If it is a bridge then it will have two terminals labelled '~' and one each with the '+' and '-'. The plus and minus go to the motor (keep those connections the same as the original) and the others go to the supply wires.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
looking down at the terminals, rotate push-button to the right. the wiring sequence is R, W at the top, then Black (in, from power source) , Black (out, to motor).
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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